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Dredger family in New York
Posted by: Stephanie Sampson Date: September 10, 2000 at 15:32:31
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I'm looking for information on the family of John Dredger and Adelaide "Addie" Kellington who lived in New York and had the following children: Adelaide Dredger, Charlotte Dredger, and Robert Dredger. I do not have any birth or death dates, however the timeframe would be 1880's through 1910 for birthdates. Adelaide "Addie" (Kellington) Dredger was the daughter of William Kellington and Adelaide Baker. The children of William and Adelaide (Baker) Kellington were:
1. Adelaide "Addie" Kellington (m. John Dredger -- see above).
2. Charles Wesman Kellington (b. in New York, NY and married Jessie Mahoney)
3. Elmer Kellington
4. Harry Mays Kellington (married Lillian Elizabeth Cumming)
5. Walter Kellington (married [unknown wife] and had 1 child: Gladys Kellington)
6. Florietta "Florence Edna" Kellington (b. Abt. 1885 in New York, NY), married Henry Herbert Goodreds
7. John Clarence Kellington (b. 20 Mar 1901 in New York, NY), married (1) [unknown wife], (2) Mariel ??, and (3) Elizabeth W. ??
8. Thomas Wilson Kellington (b. 8 Mar 1884 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY)

Anyone who has any information on any of the above individuals or who connects with this line in any way, please contact me.

Thank you,
Stephanie Sampson
Los Angeles, CA
HeritageHunter@hotmail.com


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